Imperial cities

Travel back in time by visiting the imperial cities

For a special time in imperial cities, dive into the country’s most important heritage sites and uncover the secrets of glorious dynasties ! Set out on a seven-day tour and let yourself be intrigued by the mysteries !

The stages of this itinerary will introduce you to the four most historical and beautiful cities in Morocco. As soon as you arrive in Marrakesh, set out straightaway to explore the "Red City". You will visit its architectural treasures, including the Koutoubia mosque and Saadian tomb. A stop in the famous medina will expose you to the local customs and handiwork.

Your next stop is Rabat, right in front of the Atlantic ocean. This place of hospitality invites you to stroll through its palm tree lined streets, and admire the thousand years old vestiges of both Mohamed V Mausoleum and Hassan Tower.

Fez and Meknes will be your final station, on leaving Rabat. Both cities are famously picturesque and unique in their own ways. Fez is the cradle of spirituality with its mysterious and sensational medina, that is part of the World Heritage List. Meknes symbolizes the power of Sultan Moulay Ismail with an enchanting setting epitomized by the Bab-El-Mansour Gate.

While you go through these four uniquely precious cities, be ready to open your arms to few surprises along the way. In the surrounding of Fez and Meknes, admire the imposing ruins of the Roman remains of volubilis, go through Ifrane, the « Little Switzerland », and explore what awaits you in Casablanca’s distinctive history, not far from Rabat and Marrakech.

Morocco is a place packed with admiration and surprising discoveries, Set out for a week and enjoy every single moment in different places that await you with their rich heritage.

Go on the best cruise experience.

Step 1: Rabat

Hassan Tower
Rabat

Step 2: Fez

Jnan Sbil Garden
Fez
207,3 KM 2 h 13 min

Step 3: Meknes

Volubilis near Meknes
Meknes
63,9 KM 0 h 53 min

Step 4: Marrakech

Jamaâ El-Fna Square
Marrakech
511 KM 6 h 15 min